Catherine Deveney: Church, state have to do more than say sorry over mum and baby home horror

© Aidan Crawley/EPA/ShutterstockMandatory Credit: Photo by Aidan Crawley/EPA/Shutterstock (7930604i)
A Shrine is Set Up at the Site of a Mass Grave of Up to 800 Children on the Site of the Former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam County Galway in Western Ireland 06 June 2014 the Home was Operated by the Catholic 'Sisters of Bon Secours' Between 1925 and 1961 Media Reports State That the Irish Government Will Launch a Broader Investigation of the Case After Bodies of Children Were Found in a Septic Tank First Bodies Were Found on the Ground Some Four Decades Ago But Were Initially Thought to Be From the 19th Century Famine in Ireland Ireland Tuam
Ireland Crime - Jun 2014
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Aidan Crawley/EPA/Shutterstock (7930604i) A Shrine is Set Up at the Site of a Mass Grave of Up to 800 Children on the Site of the Former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam County Galway in Western Ireland 06 June 2014 the Home was Operated by the Catholic 'Sisters of Bon Secours' Between 1925 and 1961 Media Reports State That the Irish Government Will Launch a Broader Investigation of the Case After Bodies of Children Were Found in a Septic Tank First Bodies Were Found on the Ground Some Four Decades Ago But Were Initially Thought to Be From the 19th Century Famine in Ireland Ireland Tuam Ireland Crime - Jun 2014

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